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mccain was born on a military base in the panama canal zone to u.s. sill citizen military employees. generally speaking, people thought about it. he hired a legal scholar and others did and everyone determined yes, he is qualified. >> because of the mill base. >> it was a military base. his parents are u.s. citizen and who were serving the country and therefore, he is a u.s. citizen. but, the concept of natural born, believe it or not, has never been definitively tested in our courts. some say it has to go to the supreme court. some say the constitution should be amended to make it clear contactually what we mean. but generally speaking, for a child who is born to a u.s. citizen who is serving in the military, they are considered naturally born citizen. now, does that child become a dual citizen of the u.s. and the host country? that depends on the rules of the host country. they are automatically u.s. citizen. whether or not they become a citizen of wherever, whatever country they're in, depends on the rules of that country. >> a lot of red tape. >> it is all very, very interesting
's get to the boards. one or two things going on we want you to know about. panama city, florida, one of the most beautiful places on the planet. and look at reno. when you send in the twitter pictures, we look at them and put one or two on the air. 13 states with heat watching, warnings, or advisories today. some facing record temperatures. this looks like this range of heat right here will last into probably thursday in the middle of the country. we'll talk a lot about that in the headlines as we go through. there's the opportunity to get a couple of doses of rain in the spots that are heavy in red. that's >> all of that weather was brought to you by target. and now, let's get to our dear friend, josh elliott. good morning, josh. >>> our good friend mehmet oz is back with us this morning. we look at the latest episode of the unbelievably gripping "new york med." we get access to the top hospital. we find out what goes on behind the closed doors of the staff lounge. >> i'm coming here to heckle people. bonnie, bonnie is the charge nurse. she has been since i trained. i love her dearl
about passage of the panama, colombia, and korea free trade agreements, and once again they are providing tremendous leadership on our goal of creating good american jobs by prying open that mark and ensuring that the united states worker will have access to it. if you think about not only creating jobs here, but dealing with the problems of crony capitalism, dealing with the problems of a massive bureaucracy, and dealing with a corrupt court system which is what exists under putin today, this is the right thing for us to do. we should not lose access to the market. i also want to note that my very good friend, mr. herger, who has been a great leader on the issue of trade is here, mr. berg is here who has very involved in this. i would be happy to yield to my friend from new york, mr. reed, who has played an important role on this issue. mr. reed: i thank the gentleman. i rise today in strong support to join my friend from california as he knows we have been supportive of free trade from the moment we got here. i was so pleased to see colombia, panama, and south korea b
, south korea and panama because we believe in the sale and the opportunity for american producers to sell their product around the globe. and yet, we saw at least some who at usda have the view that we need to be discouraging the consumption of meat for both environmental and health reasons. particularly troublesome is the fact that the department of agriculture was citing the united nations as a reason that we ought to discourage the consumption of beef for environmental reasons. our department of agriculture' positions ought to be based on sound science, not some u.n. study. beef is an important and vital component of the kansas economy. we're the second-largest beef-producing state in the country. economic impact to our country is around $44 billion. exports in 2011, beef exports were over $4.08 billion. this matters to us greatly. and this is happening at a time in which the cattle producers of kansas and across the midwest, including the state of the president today, the drought is so damaging to us. it's also happening at a time in which we've been having a debate about a farm bill.
to 3 to 5 inches of rain from birmingham down to panama city, florida. more rain falling now, severe thunderstorm watches in effect. you can look at those ranges training down. rainfall amounts over the next 24 hour, we're looking at another 3 to 5 inches locally, some areas picking up 1 to 2 inches. flooding is a big problem right now throughout much of central alabama. >> good morning. today will be like yesterday. a mixture of sun and clouds. we will see a few scattered showers. >>> and that's your latest weather. savannah? >>> al, thanks. much more from london's olympic park just ahead, including ryan lochte's personal cheering section. we're going to talk to his mother and siblings. >>> just ahead -- members of the u.s. men's gymnastics team will open up about a dramatic but what would have to be considered disappointing night for them here in london. they started out the evening in first place, ended up in fifth. we're going to talk to them, find out what they think might have gone wrong. >> we'll ask them and see how they're feeling about their individuals events, which are st
? >why? >> i can go back to the invasion of panama in 1989 and worked for. we realize that just having a military battle you had one was not the end of the game. perhaps we should have done at the beginning to avoid that battle in the first time -- place or, having won the battle, how do we preserve the peace? >> you have to be careful when we talk about these terms such as smart power or heart power or soft power. i'm reminded of a conversation i had with the former archbishop of canterbury in 2003. you might have been there. it was on the eve of the second gulf war. the archbishops stood up and said, general powell, why don't we just use soft power? it was a critique of what we were getting ready to do. the answer i gave him was that it was not soft power that rescue britain from hitler. it was part power. you had to have all of it. when we won with hard power in world war ii, we use soft power in germany and asia to create democracies. the importance of this coalition, what makes what we are doing tonight so important, is that we understand that we need it all. we have been shortcha
are being widend and as ships are built larger as the panama canal has widend we need ports and rail facility that is can accommodate them and we must make sure that other countries are playing fair and abiding by the rules. the enfoors act, a bipartisan bill sponsored by representatives linda sanchez and congressman billy long will establish new procedures for investigating claims against foreign manufacturers for evading anti-dumping and counter vailing duty orders. it will help us better enforce trade rules and prevent illegal imports. in addition to these measures, the house energy and commerce committee came together in a bipartisan vote last month to send to the house floor a make it in america bill sponsored by bill lip ski of illinois. it is called the american manufacturing competitiveness act. it calls for the development of a national manufacturing strategy. you can't win the game if you don't have a playbook. you can't win the game if you don't have a strategy to do so. the national manufacturing strategy will bring together public and private sectors together to create a
the free trade agreement with colombia, panama and south korea. we are already seeing the economic benefits of that in south florida. imagine in if we were able to do that with more countries in a free and fair way. has to be fair. one last thing we could probably do to help grow this economy is deal with the long-term debt. that's what it is, it's a long-term debt problem that hovers over all over this conversation and creates some uncertainty. people are afraid especially people with lots of money are afraid to investigate in the american -- invest in the america economy, and they think that country is destined for confiscatory tax rates. they're going where europe is going. we don't want to invest in a country that will wind up like europe in five years. that's why we have to deal with the long-term debt and the sooner the better. and to deal with the long-term debt, by the way, you have to deal what with what's causing it. that's why it's so important we save medicare. medicare is a very important program. my mother is on medicare. i would never support anything that hurts my mother or
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